Western Railway Recruitment 2018: 43 Vacancies For Apprentice Post
Western Railway Notification 2018: Apprentice Post
Western Railway invites applications form eligible candidates for the posts of Apprentice.
Total Posts: 34 Vacancies
Name of the Posts: Apprentice
Age Limit: Candidate must have completed 18 years of age and not have completed 25 years of age as on 19-05-2018.
Application Fee: Candidates can make the payment of Rs. 100/- by postal order/ demand draft payable to Sr DFM- Mumbai Central (WR). SC/ ST/ PH/ Women candidates are exempted from payment of fee.
Educational Qualification: Diploma/ Degree Holder in relevant field..
- For Apprentice Engineering Degree Holders – Rs. 4984 per month.
- For Apprentice Diploma Holders – Rs.3542 per month.
Selection Process: Through Online Examination.
How to Apply: Eligible and interested candidates can send their completed application form along with all required enclosures to Mumbai Division, Lower Parel Workshop of Western Railway, Maharastra.
Last Date for Submission of Application form: 12 June 2018 04:00 PM
Probable date of display of the list of selected candidate: 10 July 2018
Tentative date of commence of training: 01 August 2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://www.wr.indianrailways.gov.in/
About Western Railway:
Western Railway has started its operation in the year 1951and is headquartered in Church gate, Mumbai in Maharashtra. The Western Railway is one among the total 17 railway zones in the country. The Western Railway came in to existence merging of the erstwhile Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway (BB&CI), with other State Railways such as Saurashtra, Rajputana and Jaipur. The entire part of Gujarat, part of Rajasthan and some portion of Madhya Pradesh are served by Western Railway.
Currently there are six divisions under Western railway such as Mumbai, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Ratlam, Rajkot and Bhavnagar. A major railway station under the zone of Western Railway is Vadodara railway station which is a centre point for Ahmedabad – Mumbai route and the Mumbai – Delhi route. This railway station is one of the busiest in the entire number of railway stations under Indian Railways.
The total kilometres covered by the Western Railways are 6181.46 Kms. out of which4147.37 Kms. are Broad Gauge, 1412.39 Kms. are Metre Gauge and balance 621.70 Kms. are Narrow Gauge. There are many ports in the Western coast of India which are served by Western Railway such as Kandla, Mundra, Pipavav, Navlakhi, Bedi, Rozi, Okha and Bhavnagar.
The credit of starting a first exclusive Ladies Special Train in the world belongs to Western railway and the route is between Church gate and Virar. Western Railway is famous for its very innovative ‘Train Management System’ (TMS) which has been pioneered with state of art quality.Shri G.C. Agrawal is the General Manager of Western Railway.